This VW van is hard to recognize because we’re used to seeing them covered in flower stickers and spray-painted peace signs. Oh, and much smaller. If you’ve been looking for a great hippy car to take you to the next Woodstock festival, this pimped-up VW is undoubtedly the one for you.
You can fit roughly twelve people inside this car, which apparently is not enough as this baby is in high demand. The VW Bus Limo was recently sold for $220,000, which just goes to show that old school and vintage are very in right now and outcasts are the new cool kids on the block. Just imagine this beauty pulling up to a beach party and you’ll get the picture.
Mini Cooper Limo
The Mini Cooper is mostly known for being a fast, compact vehicle that became highly sought-after in recent decades due to many major cities' parking shortages. The main benefits of driving a Mini Cooper are its tiny monthly gas bill and the ability to fit into even the smallest of spaces. That’s why stretching out a Mini Cooper sounds so counterintuitive!
The Maxi Cooper, if you will, has six wheels and about twelve seats, there’s hardly anything left here resembling the classic vehicle except its beautiful and instantly recognizable front exterior. While it has lost all of the benefits that come with driving a Mini Cooper, we imagine this one is quite the hit when it comes to showing up with it to High-School dances.
Rolls Royce Limo
They say that your average Rolls Royce takes about six months to make. We can only imagine that the limousine version of the car is built with the same diligent attention to detail as the rest of the company’s lineup. Prices start at around $250,000 for just one unit. If you love luxury cars and are at the zenith of the financial ladder, this one is probably just right for you.
Inside, you can expect the very best in luxury interiors. There is literally no competition here, and you’ll feel like the absolute king of the world. Unlike many of the limousines on this list, this one is literally the most expensive, luxurious, and privileged ride you’ll ever have in your entire life.
Chrysler 300 Limo
Both Chrysler and Cadillac make some of the coolest American cars in the world. Their vehicles are often bulky, powerful, and fit very well in gangster films. If you need to feel even more of a tough person when driving one of these, you might want to spend $140,000 and get the gorgeous Chrysler 300 Limo.
This stretched car features the same luxury interior, robust exterior, and the latest in car tech that the company is known for. You’d also get a chance to look like an extremely wealthy person, as Chrysler is known for producing some of the world’s most luxurious limousines. It has room for about 12 people and is definitely a hotter way to get around town than your regular Uber.
Grand Prix Limo
When Formula One was first founded in 1950, nobody thought its cars would ever turn into limousines. This racing federation has some of the fastest racing cars in the world, with some of them reaching top speeds of up to 215 miles per hour. Fans tune in weekly to watch these single-seat open-cockpit racing machines battle it out on the Grand Prix.
While we don’t expect anyone to shatter a new world record with this car, it does seem to appeal to a very specific audience. Formula One enthusiasts would probably get a kick from being chauffeured around in a beautiful track-ready limo. The only drawback? The required helmet may ruin your expensive up-do.